remove asthma triggers and health hazards in your home?

DO YOU WANT TO

1. Learn about this resource. 

Residents can get help to make their home a safer and healthier place for children with asthma and pregnant people. We—DC Government—will help you identify health hazards like dust mites, cockroaches, rodents, dampness, and tobacco smoke that can make asthma and allergies worse. We will provide you and your landlord, property manager, or tenant with tailored information, education, and referrals to help correct or minimize each hazard.

 

This program is called the Healthy Homes Program and is offered by the Department of Energy and Environment.

2. Check if you are eligible.

You may be eligible if all of these statements are true:

  • You live in DC.

  • A child aged 18 years old or younger with asthma and/or a pregnant person lives in your home.

  • You are concerned about one or more health hazards, in your home.

 

Homeowners, property managers, renters, or anyone else interested in improving housing conditions is eligible.

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This page was last updated February 2021.

Department of Energy and Environment

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